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Posted at 7:30 PM ET, 11/23/2010

Doug Hill & Doug Kammerer winter outlooks

By Jason Samenow

* PM Update: Showers end, becoming clear & cool *

We published our winter outlook several weeks ago, predicting modestly above average temperatures and around average snowfall. Since then, a number of television forecasters have released their outlooks. The latest two, issued yesterday, come courtesy chief meteorologists Doug Hill at ABC7 and Doug Kammerer at NBC4. You can view them below...

Doug Hill

Keep reading for Doug Kammerer's winter outlook and links to more...

Doug Kammerer

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The one thing all of these outlooks have in common is that none of them are predicting above average snow in the mid-Atlantic region. Want a winter prediction for above average snow in this region? Check the Old Farmer's Alamanac.

Other winter outlooks:

NOAA and AccuWeather
Bob Ryan, ABC7

By Jason Samenow  | November 23, 2010; 7:30 PM ET
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The long range forecasts (i.e. 2 weeks) keep pushing the cold air back to the end of their cycle... it never seems to arrive.... when's the dratted snow coming? :-(

Posted by: josh28 | November 23, 2010 10:39 PM | Report abuse

I realize Doug and Bob are their own people, but couldn't they work together for an ABC7 winter forecast? I don't have a problem with it, but it just seems strange.

Doug's forecast map for total snow looks like what we snow lovers want from one storm!

Posted by: MaltyCharacter | November 24, 2010 8:27 AM | Report abuse

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